Andrew Robertson

The first film I saw in the cinema was "Michael Jackson's Moonwalker", but I got better.

I like: Animation, books, comics, dice, esoteric research papers, film, gourmandry & games, history, ink, "jokes", kitchenalia, lego, movies, notebooks, obscurities, picturehouses (and parentheses), quests, references*, short film, tea, ultracrepidarianism, vexatiousness, words, algebra, yakking, and zymurgy.

Oh, and * footnotes.

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Latest Film Reviews

A mum who has lost her baby tries to work through her grief as she attempts to donate her milk.
An epic that details the checkered rise and fall of French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte and his relentless journey to power through the prism of his addictive, volatile relationship with his wife, Josephine.
Two unpopular girls in their senior year start a fight club to try to impress and hook up with cheerleaders.
The Marvels
Carol Danvers gets her powers entangled with those of Kamala Khan and Monica Rambeau, forcing them to work together to save the universe.
The Killer
After a fateful near miss, an assassin battles his employers, and himself, on an international manhunt he insists isn’t personal.
The Mission
A portrait of the life and death of young missionary John Allen Chau.
Struggling to fit in at Oxford University, Oliver Quick finds himself drawn into the world of the charming and aristocratic Felix Catton, who invites him to Saltburn, his eccentric family’s sprawling estate, for a summer never to be forgotten.
Dream Scenario
A family man discovers he has begun to appear in other people's dreams making him an overnight celebrity.
Killers Of The Flower Moon
Members of the Osage tribe in the United States are murdered under mysterious circumstances in the 1920s, sparking a major FBI investigation involving J Edgar Hoover.
The Old Oak
A musing on the future of The Old Oak, the last remaining pub in a village in Northeast England, where people are leaving the land as the mines are closed. Houses are cheap and available, thus making it an ideal location for Syrian refugees.


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Book review column featuring The Frightfest Guide To Mad Doctor Movies and They Live (Deep Focus): A Novel Approach To Cinema
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The Frightfest Guide To Mad Doctor Movies and They Live (Deep Focus): A Novel Approach To Cinema
Q&A with Paul Urkijo Alijo about Irati
23 Apr 2023
Paul Urkijo Alijo on Basque perspectives in Irati
Q&A with Michael A Goorjian about Amerikatski
05 Apr 2023
Michael A Goorjian on capturing Armenian history in Amerikatski
Preview of the 2023 Glasgow Short Film Festival
19 Mar 2023
We look ahead to this year's GSFF

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News Stories

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Festival sets new attendance record
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18 Mar 2019
Mum’s Cards named best Scottish short
A Short Guide To Re-Entry wins the double at the GSFF
21 Mar 2016
Attendees celebrate a "very non-boring festival".
GSFF awards announced
15 Mar 2015
Directed By Tweedie and Shipwreck win top awards.

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